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Along with our partner, the Hearing Health Foundation, we are excited to announce our Emerging Research Grant for 2019. This grant demonstrates our commitment to uncover mechanisms of hyperacusis and accelerate the path to a cure.
Hyperacusis Research continued the focus on collaboration with researchers at the 2019 Association of Research for Otolaryngology Midwinter meeting. Read about the Hyperacusis Alliance event where over 30 researchers reviewed the latest research.
As part of our aim to help hyperacusis patients obtain better clinical care, Hyperacusis Research president authored a piece in the Oct. 2019 Hearing Journal, whose audience is doctors and audiologists. Clinicians generally have an
For a piece in ENT & Audiology News, Hyperacusis Research president Bryan Pollard wrote a piece entitled “Unravelling the mystery of hyperacusis with pain.” Pain has often been completely overlooked as a component of hyperacusis. The word “hyperacusis” has more...
Listen to live classical music and hear Charles Liberman of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary explain how the ear transforms sound waves into the melodies we love. Please join us and support this Hyperacusis Reserach benefit event.
The Confucius Institute at the University at Buffalo and the AiEr Foundation from China sponsored an exciting Audiology Workshop on Hearing Disorders & Evaluation in July 2018. The event brought together about 20 leading Audiology and ENT clinicians and...
Hyperacusis Research president Bryan Pollard spoke to doctors and audiologists at the University of Iowa’s 26th Annual International Conference on the Management of the Tinnitus & Hyperacusis Patient. Bryan’s topic was “Innovating a Better Future for Sufferers of...
Along with our partner, the Hearing Health Foundation, we are excited to announce our Emerging Research Grant for 2018. This grant demonstrates our commitment to uncover mechanisms of hyperacusis on our path to a cure.
At Hyperacusis Research, fostering collaboration is a part of our DNA. We continued to expand our collaborations with researchers at the 2018 ARO meeting where met with many researchers for more in-depth discussions on hyperacusis.